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Librarians as Sustainability Advocates, Educators, and Entrepreneurs

Originally posted on Going Green @your library:
The book chapter I co-wrote with the amazing Anne Less and Sarah Dorsey called “Librarians as Sustainability Advocates, Educators, and Entrepreneurs” was just published in the book The Entrepreneurial Librarian: Essays on the Infusion of Private-Business Dynamism into Professional Service Edited by Mary Krautter, Mary Beth Lock and…

The Family Reunion

Originally posted on dfconsultants:
I was always brought up to believe that nothing is closer than family.  My mother always told my sister, brother and I that we would be best friends when we grew up, and I told the same thing to my kids when they were little. I could never understand family members…

Law of Attraction and the Power of Positive Thinking

Originally posted on SpookyMrsGreen:
I have said before that I am a great believer in the Law of Attraction. For those of you who are unfamiliar with this term, the Law of Attraction (LOA) is a concept whereby we use the power of our thoughts and actions to manifest the reality. Basically, the more you…

Originally posted on BitTorrent Blog:
Our friend PAZ has returned to BitTorrent, and we couldn’t be more excited. His debut mixtape “Young Broke & Fameless” — a lo-fi collection of fan-favorite acoustic covers and originals, was our very first music Artist Spotlight release almost a year and a half ago. It was a smash hit…

The drawings of Wu Guanzhong

Originally posted on Sarah Daly:
We took the Star Ferry from Hong Kong Island over to the Hong Kong Art Museum. In an upstairs gallery, we found a room of large scale drawings by Chinese artist Wu Guanzhong. Guanzhong passed away in 2010, so the exhibition was a retrospective. He started his life in 1919,…

Pure Nature – Northern Islands Part 5

Pure Nature – Northern Islands Part 14